You have probably done all that is necessary to remove Limewire from your computer.
One folder that is created by Limewire but does not have a limewire name, is the shared folder and the Incomplete folder.
Find both of them and trash them.
I do not recall if Limewire has an uninstaller bundled with it, I doubt it, but you have just about covered everything.
It is highly unlikely that you will have a problem when you go on the Internet. That is not the way Limewire works.
To settle your mind, you might want to download a program called Little Snitch which, when installed, will inform you of every attempt by your machine to access the internet. It will tell you the program name and the place it is trying to get to. It is worth the low price.
You are far less vulnerable with your Mac than you would be with your Windows machine
Okay... so I just got a MacBook Pro for graduation just a few weeks ago. So I'm using Mac OSX, blah blah blah... like a dummy I downloaded LimeWire onto my computer. I probably downloaded like two things... I want to make sure that it is completely off. I'm a Mac person, but I was using a PC for MANY years. So, I don't really know how to uninstall anything on a Mac. I just threw the program in the trash and then emptied the trash. I also threw as many files regarding LimeWire (I typed "limewire" into the searchy thingy) as I could find... Is that enough? Is it really off? Is there a way I can make sure?
Also, does LimeWire actually ever REALLY go off? Like, are there hidden files that people can download from my computer just by me going onto the Internet? I'm really paranoid about this and I feel really stupid. Ahh!! Thanks for any help. I REALLY appreciate it.
NOTE: I just want to apologize if these questions have been answered before. I looked around on these forums, but couldn't find anything direct... at least not for Macs.